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Timer
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PartSelect Number PS4704240
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10527
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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SURESHA from San Anselmo, CA
The dial under the knob that selects the washer settings stopped turning with the knob after just a few weeks
I had our reliable handyman take a stab at it after he determined what the issue was, and after we'd already tried a new knob and a new clip. Here's what he described as the issue: "Bottom line :the gears are to weak to take any force and break off. They need to be made of a strong metal not plastic. I also believe that the timer gear was binding and put more force on the gears." Read more...
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Washer Timer
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PartSelect Number PS11701146
Manufacturer Part Number WH45X22698
This timer is for washers. The timer controls the electrical components and the duration of the washer's cycles. Unplug the washer before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
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Electronic Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS8757105
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10614
This part is known as the "brains" of the appliance.
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Robert from SHREWSBURY, MA
Washer would not run. Lights on but would not run at all.
Figured out it was the control board since lights were on when I plugged the washer in but the washer never started. Pushing the ON button would flash the fill light but nothing happened. The part came in less than a week. I did notice the part came with the control panel for the water fill, water temp and options as they are wired together. The part also had the plastic holder which has the ON button pusher which I was happy about since mine had broken several months back. One note, the part did not have the jumper connector (the one that does not have wires going anywhere except itself. This was not a problem since I just used the one from the old part. Repair took about 10 minutes (I had already figured out how to remove the part to make sure I could before ordering the part). Was not hard. Put in the part and noticed the washer filled with water but stopped and never started the wash cycle. I knew something was wrong because, when the lid is closed it should spin the drum during fill up. It was not. I reconnected all the wires on the control board and it now works fine. Read more...
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Timer
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PartSelect Number PS1482380
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10348
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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  • Pumps but will not spin
  • Timer will not advance
  • Will not agitate
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Dewey from Mesquite, TX
Knob and timer worn/broken where engaging.
Removed clip from old knob with needle nose pliers and removed knob. Pulled indicator dial off of the timer shaft. Removed three screws with nut driver from top of back panel and opened control panel.
One screw holds the timer mechanism in place. Unplugged wiring harness from timer and removed screw. Removed timer. There are tabs that the timer sits in. Make sure you have reinstalled the timer correctly in place.
Installed new timer and replaced screw. Closed control panel and replaced the three screws in back panel.
Slid indicator guide down over timer shaft making sure to line up the tab on dial with notch in nylon shaft. Slide know over metal shaft and replace the clip which holds the knob in place. Operate washer according to instructions. In the future be sure to turn your knob slowly when setting the wash cycle. Turning it too quickly can wear out or break the parts once more.
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TIMER
PartSelect Number PS11721520
Manufacturer Part Number WE04X22654
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Timer
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PartSelect Number PS1482375
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10338
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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lee from bethel, CT
timer would not advance
removed control knob and dial with compression ring from front panel using 1/4in. nut driver removed 3 screws from rear of panel again using nut driver removed old washer timer unplugged wiring harness and reversed assembly took about 8 min. Read more...
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Washer Timer
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PartSelect Number PS3487294
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10478
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS2364828
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10439
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R Jason from Lakewood, AL
Start button malfunctioning.
Washer (only 1-1/2 years old) wouldn't start. (The "repair" man on this website says "99% of time it is the button". Wrong! The button that is indicated is only the button cover.) If the start button (which is not detachable)is bad you have to replace two circuit boards. Part required is #GEHWH12X10439 (2 circuit boards). WARNING - NEVER WORK ON ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS BEFORE UNPLUGGING MACHINE. Unplug machine. Carefully pull off knobs. On back top of machine locate and using a nut driver/socker remove the 3 screws holding the button panel to the washer frame. Lift & slide the knob panel to the right about a 1/2 inch and the panel falls foward. You will see two circuit boards attached to each other by a ribbon cable. DO NOT detach ribbon cable. CAREFULLY unplug the 3 wire sets and the "jumper" plug (a plug that has a wire coming out of it and right back into it) Pinch top of plug to get them to release. Again using a nutdriver/socket remove the 4 screws, 2 on each board. The smaller board will come off easily. The larger one (actually two boards sandwiched) sits in a groove and on screw posts. Lift the bottom of the board up just a little and slide the board out. Now put the new boards in the same way the old boards came out and tighten the screws until just snug (overtighting may crack the board). VERY CAREFULLY plug the wire sets back into the circuit board. They can only go back on one way. (If you bend the prongs on the plugs you might have to buy another circuit board set.) Don't forget the "jumper" plug. Put the button panel back on the same way it came off. Plug in machine and try the start button. If it works (and it should)shut the machine off, unplug the machine and put the knobs back on. Put the 3 screws on the top back of the machine back one and tighten to snug. If the start button doesn't work, unplug machine, reopen the knob panel and check the wire plugs. Put panel back on, plug the machine in, and test again. Read more...
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Timer
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PartSelect Number PS1482382
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10350
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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Michael from Snellville, GA
Replace Timer Module
Remove the knob. This is the hardest part. To remove the knob, unplug the washer and pull the unit out so you can get to the back. Stand on the right side of the machine and pull the knob out. It is retained by a nylon clip. Take a small flathead screw driver and use it to push the clip up from the open ended side. Not much force is required. It will pop right up. The clip has a hook on one side so if you try to remove it with needle nose pliers (like I did the first time) you will bend the trim on the knob and likely break the clip.

Once the knob is off, remove the dial with the pointer on it and set it aside.

With this done, remove the three hex screws on the back of the control panel. Then lift the plastic control panel up, then forward. This will allow you to lay the control panel on the top of the machine.

Remove the wire harness by lifting up on the retainer and pulling on the harness. Grip the harness not the wires. The harness seats with a good grip so you'll need to work it a little.

Remove the single retaining screw that holds the timer unit to the control panel. Once the screw is removed TWIST the timer unit to remove it. The timer is held in place by two retaining "prongs" that you will break off if you try to pull the timer off the control panel. Once free of the retaining prongs, the timer is off the control panel and you are ready to replace with the new one.

Install is the reverse of what you just did.

When you get to putting the knob back on don't forget to put the dial with the arrow back on first. This only goes on one way but it takes a pretty good push to get it to seat. Next, put the nylon retaining clip on the knob such that it's barely on and slip the knob on the timer post only to the point where you see the slot in the knob and the slot on the post line up. When the two slots are aligned, use the blade of the flathead screw driver to push the nylon clip into place.

Reseat and align the control panel, replace the three screws, plug the unit back in and you can watch the game while the little lady gets back to her washing. :) Just kidding ladies.

This is an easy repair that anyone can do with only a couple hand tools and a little patience. Getting the knob off is the hardest part and a little finesse will work better than brute force.

Have fun, you can do it.
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Timer
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PartSelect Number PS1015955
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10295
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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Fern from POLAND, IN
Timer stopped at spin cycle.
I thought timer was bad. Spin motor needed resetting. Video on youtube. I'm keeping new timer. Nylon gear on old timer dial is worn. Machine is about 15 years old. It's all metal. Probably made in USA. Read more...

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